Monthly Archives: December 2016

Month: December 2016 Toronto Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year 2017

  Toronto, Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year 2017     Toronto, Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year 2017   Thinking of selling your house or condo? For a free “Market Evaluation” without any obligation, click the image below and complete the “Home Evaluation Form”. For more information, please call or text Max Seal, Broker at 647-294-1177.    

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Month: December 2016 Know the complications of buying a power-of-sale property – RECO

  Just so we’re all on the same page, let me explain “power of sale.” Basically, if a homeowner defaults on their mortgage, the bank can take steps to sell the property to regain the money that’s owed to them. It seems to be a common misconception that power of marketing properties are sold at a “bargain” discount. But, in reality, the lender must then take reasonable steps to get market value for the property. It can still be worthwhile to buy a power of sale. But there are a few complications that you should be aware of. First of

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Month: December 2016 Toronto-area home prices surge over 20 per cent in November, 2016

  The Toronto-area real estate market continued to see strong sales volumes and higher prices in November, 2016. The Toronto Real Estate Board says there were 8,547 sales through its system last month, up 16.5 per cent from November 2015, 2016. The average selling price for all types of housing was $776,684, up 22.7 per cent over the same period last year, while TREB’s home price index was up 20.3 per cent. Prices in the 416 field code, which includes the City of Toronto, were generally higher than in the 905 field code for surrounding fields served by GTA realtors.

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Month: December 2016 Renovation grants give savings to homeowners – BILD

  There are numerous redevelopment grants available to homeowners in the GTA. Ranging from a few hundred dollars to several thousand, programs are offered by different levels of government and partner organizations. Homeowners in the city of Toronto have a number of programs available and one such incentive is the Basement Flooding Protection Subsidy Program. The metropolitan city offers proprietors of single-family, duplex and triplex residential homes a fiscal subsidy of up to $3,400 per property to install flood protection devices. Another home renovation savings initiative offered by the city is the Home Energy Loan Program( HELP ), which facilitates

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